Most Rail Service Returning To Normal Wednesday
NEW YORK (CBS 2) — Transportation services are getting back to normal in the wake of the storm but passengers are advised to give themselves extra time to get where they’re going.
Amtrak service was expected to resume Wednesday along the busy northeast corridor.
The Long Island Rail Road expected a near normal commute for this morning’s rush hour with delays of up to 15 minutes. Service was up-and-running though some trains were cancelled during the morning rush on the Babylon, Port Washington, Port Jefferson and West Hempstead lines.
Metro-North is operating a weekday schedule on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven lines. Both railroads say all service is subject to equipment and weather-related delays.
Long Island bus service was running with minor detours.
WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall at the Deer Park LIRR station
The MTA was still working to restore service on all subway and bus routes. A few subway lines still have partial suspensions including the B, N and Q lines. Limited-Stop bus service in New York City remains suspended.
As for New Jersey Transit, most rail, bus and light rail service will operate as normal Wednesday.
– B train service is suspended in both directions from the Bedford Park Boulevard Station and the Brighton Beach Station.
– Due to an earlier incident at the Bushwick Avenue-Aberdeen Street Station, L train service is running with residual delays at this time.
– No Q train service between the Astoria-Ditmars Boulevard Station and the Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue Station in both directions.
– No N train service between the Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue Station and the Whitehall Street Station in both directions.
– No Franklin shuttle in both directions between the Franklin Avenue Station and the Prospect Park Station.
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